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Equinoctial Nova Scotia from the sky

By Parker

At noon yesterday, just seven hours before the vernal equinox, NASA’s Terra Satellite captured a rare, nearly cloud-free image of Nova Scotia:

Here’s a detail centering on the most important part of the province:

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Source: The Contrarian